Phoenixville Foundry is Chester County’s premiere wedding venue. It’s a place where new age elegance marries old world charm. The 18,000-square-foot iron giant, which was officially listed in the National Register in 1987, stands as a shining testament of industry and true craftsmanship. In many ways, the urban landmark helped rejuvenate our city. Embodying a triumphant past while opening itself up to new and unknown beginnings—it’s no wonder couples eager to start their lives together choose to take a leap of love here.”
The 18-hole "Pickering Valley" features 6,572 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72; the course rating is 71.0 and it has a slope rating of 127. Designed by John Thompson, the Pickering Valley golf course opened in 1985. Gerald W. Thompson manages the course as the Superintendent.
The triathlon of the horse world, eventing is a true test of horsemanship, comprised of three varied and challenging phases: dressage, cross-country jumping and show jumping. Eventing is a sport rich in equestrian tradition, reflecting the countryside lifestyle inherent to Chester County.
Let us make your next group or company outing unforgettable. We rent out canoes, kayaks, and river tubing. There is nothing more fun than to be on the scenic Schuylkill River with a group of friends spending the day paddling on a hot summer afternoon.
Radley Run is a great 18 hole regulation course located at the Radley Run Country Club facility in West Chester. From the longest tees it offers 6,830 yards of golf for a par of 72. The course was designed by Alfred H. Tull, ASGCA and opened in 1965. We are a private equity facility golf course with an “Accompanied by Member” guest policy.
The Schuylkill River Heritage Center, located in the Foundry Building, tells the story of the Industrial legacy of the Schuylkill River and the former Phoenix Iron and Steel Company. Resources in Chester County and communities along the Schuylkill River Watershed are available.
Initially part of a William Penn Manor, Springton has been in agricultural use since the early 1700’s. On this 300 acre demonstration farm, you can meet the animals. An interpretive nature trail ends at a catch & release fishing pond. Free Rod & Reel Loaner Program also. Enjoy our unique trails that range in distance and terrain. Our Penn Oak Nature Trail was designed around natural, cultural and historical features. It encompasses several stations allowing visitors to study wildlife and habitat up close.
Welcome to Stone Barn Cellars Winery, now open in Northern Chester County Pennsylvania. Stop in to try some hand crafted wines in our beautiful tasting room located in a 150 year old stone bank barn or sit on the deck and relax to music with a glass of wine. Visit our website for further details.
Your 45-minute steam train ride is only the beginning! Travel through scenic Lancaster County as Amish farmland passes you by, stop for a picnic, enjoy railroad activities at the station, browse unique shops, or indulge yourself aboard First Class. Seasonal adventures include Day Out With ThomasTM, Christmas Trains, and the popular Wine & Cheese Train.
Struble Trail, with 2.6 miles currently open, follows the East Branch of the Brandywine Creek as it flows towards Downingtown. Sitting on the original rail bed of the Waynesburg Rail Line, the trail is generally flat, and although some undulations occur, the terrain is considered low in user difficulty. The trail has a ‘hike-bike-jog’ appeal, with a winter element of cross-country skiing when conditions allow. Its surface is great for riding bicycles, running, hiking and walking. Picnic areas and rest stops are found at various locations, allowing visitors to stop and chat.
We are creators of unique, memorable, and fun food experiences. Savor, stroll and smile on a guided, walking food tour of downtown Kennett Square, and enjoy six food samples and two wine samples from local restaurants, specialty shops and winery tasting rooms. Visit our website for tickets and more information.
The new Brandywine Artisan Wine Trail incorporates all Brandywine Valley wine-based businesses including wineries, vineyards and wine bars, and celebrates the art of wine and the artistic heritage of the beautiful Brandywine Region. We will present artisanal themes every month during the year for your enjoyment. Visit our website for further information.
This unique 110 seat performance venue plays host to a range of national, regional, and local acts and offers an opportunity to get up-close and personal with performers of all genres. An all-ages concert venue, where every seat is a front row seat and the lights, sound, and performance immerse the audience. There is always something fresh and exciting to be found on the Kennett Flash schedul
While you’re here…
There’s much to do in the Brandywine Valley but if you’re looking for a day trip, then nearby Philadelphia has a wealth of museums, activities and history appealing to all ages.